Favorite costumes of season ten: Buffy

Long gone are days of Buffy getting mistaken for Dawn’s mother or looking like a guerilla commander - nowadays Buffy opts for a casual, comfy and youthful look that’s also usually battle-ready, think leggins and tops 90% of the time, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing because most of the time she looks great and hey, the scythe is one hell of an accessory! So anyway, those are some of my favorite Buffy’s outfits of season ten.

Leggins, leather boots, yellow blouse and a utility belt with stakes and whatnot. What else do you need?

Leggins and denim shorts - simple and sexy! I love the boots!

Tank top, denim, tactical boots. Big Sarah Connor vibes.

Buff buff wearing a buff! Sorry. Fine workout clothes - just looking at it makes me want to do cardio!

Leggins, of course, but paired with a lovely jacket and fancy sandals. Pretty!

I love this costume. Leggins, blouse, boots - yes, again, practical and fighty yet striking and stylish nonetheless!


So it appears that I have stumbled my way up to my 50th post. I thought I would try for something a bit more special to celebrate and this is what I came up with. 

The last month has seen a big change in traffic here on my page (well… none to some ha ha,) I have had lots of lovely comments and I thank you for them all. I was Particularly happy with some of the photos in this set, I think the last one is my favorite, I hope you all like them too. I think I might have crossed the line this year from a fancy-dresser to a cross-dresser and I have to say I have enjoyed it every time. (Grrr …. I hate labels.)

Where will my next 50 posts lead me? I still have lots of ideas I want to try. I really like the look of gothic and steampunk outfits, something in shiny latex could be exciting too. I also think it would be great to visit one of the make-over services, the photo sets I see from “Boys Will Be Girls” in London always look amazing, it would be great to see them work their magic makeup wand … who knows!! 

Cassi Xx.              ;-)


sssome doodles from my sketchbook
i decided to actually scan it and, joke’s on me, some parts came out blurrier than on photos. oh well

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Genderbent Amour Sucre cast (Part I)

Can you guess them all? Oh i hope you can because i’ve changed their clothes according to their gender. For me, the less recognizable is Rosa, but that’s because i chose a rather old-looking attire and not some fancy-shmency outfit.. Then again male-Rosa’s clothes ARE quite fancy, if i do say so myself.

ANyway for those of you who can’t guess: Armin-Alexy-Violette-Dajan-Rosa-Melody

I remember watching the pathcode teasers and thinking the mv for call me baby was gonna be all dark and mysterious with some awesome plot line but all it was was them looking hot in some fancy cars and dancing in a warehouse so honestly I have no idea what to expect now they are wearing football/baseball outfits but the new mv could be about jongins puppies for all we know

“No one fancies me in England but I’m big in Brazil”
With her conservative outfits Penelope Wilton was always going to struggle to set pulses racing in the same way as her younger co-stars. But Penelope, who plays Lady Isobel Crawley, has revealed she has an unexpected new fan base thanks to Downton Abbey – in Brazil.

Penelope, 69, said: “I wish I’d got attention from male fans, but they do seem very interested in me in Brazil. I’ve had some very nice letters from people who love the show in Brazil. In fact I’ve had more letters from Brazil than from others places. Unfortunately there weren’t any marriage proposals – I’m still waiting. But they like the way she way she is a new woman – the emancipation and the women’s education.

Over six series, Penelope formed a winning double act with Maggie Smith, 80, and was on the receiving end of many of the Dowager’s most withering put downs.

“I will miss Maggie, we had a great time together. I don’t have heroines, but as a young actress at drama school I used to get tickets in the gods at the Old Vic and I saw everything Maggie did there. She is THE great theatre actress and a wonderful comedienne.” (x)